He's a cuddly little guy and Hoppy is enjoying having a buddy.
We also made a torn paper polar bear. I had some cute black and white polka dot tissue paper that reminded me of snow so I glued it on a piece of cardstock (one of those rectangles that are folded into kids' jammies- I save everything!). I then drew a circle with marker and let Eva fill it with glue (we used a glue stick for this project). She then went to town covering the glue with torn pieces of white construction paper. I had her try tearing it but it was a little too tricky for her so I ripped it up instead.
As you know, no project is complete in our house without googly eyes so Eva put on two of those along with a tissue paper nose and a marker-drawn mouth. Ta-daa! A polar bear:
After cleaning up our craft supplies we tried building snow towers using marshmallows. Eva had a blast trying to stack them up.
But I think her favorite part was when the tower would fall.
I thought it would be a nice treat to have a few for a snack but apparently Eva feels the same way about marshmallows that I do:
What's funny is she loves the mini ones. Oh well, we'll just have to make rice krispy treats with the rest of the big ones!